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#eHID2018 eHealth Innovation Days 2018

6 - 7 September 2018, Flensburg, Germany.
The 3rd eHealth Innovation Days will take place on 6 and 7 September 2018 at Flensburg University of Applied Sciences (FUAS). As a part of the Baltic Sea Campus on eHealth (est. 2015), the eHealth Innovation Days (eHID) focus on reinforcing eHealth in the Baltic Sea Region. The main topic this year will be "Open Healthcare" which highlights the importance of participatory and cooperative aspects of eHealth and related disciplines.

Therefore, the eHealth Innovation Days 2018 enable various stakeholders of eHealth such as researchers, companies and patient organizations as well as interested people to discuss current issues, exchange knowledge and experience, create and foster ideas and partnerships and, finally, to discover new developments and innovations. In short, the eHealth Innovation Days offer unique opportunities for academic exchange and knowledge dissemination as well as for networking, cooperation, and presentations in the field of eHealth. A social event will provide additional time for networking and creating ideas in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

The conference speakers are experts in the area of eHealth, particularly on participatory and co-design, user perspectives, computer-supported cooperative work and a broad range of related topics. The presenters are both from the Baltic Sea Region and other nations.

For companies wanting to present their products or services as exhibitors the early bird rate will be available until 31 July 2018. Patient organizations can participate as exhibitors free of charge. Participants not wanting to actively participate as an exhibitor may also register free of charge.

For further information, please visit https://ehealth-innovation.net and follow the news - also via social media using #eHID2018.

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